Tammy Hembrow flaunts her killer curves in a pink snakeskin bikini as she teases her new swimwear range
Tammy Hembrow has never been one to shy away from showing off her killer curves.
The 26-year-old turned up the heat as she showcased her sensational figure in a tiny bikini during a day out at the beach on Monday.
The Gold Coast-based stunner stripped down to a hot pink, snakeskin two piece from her brand, Saski Collection, on Monday.
Turning up the heat: Tammy Hembrow flaunted her killer curves in a hot pink snakeskin bikini
Her bikini top struggled to contain her ample assets as she modelled the bathers and showed off her washboard abs.
The blonde bombshell teamed her look with a matching wrap around her hips and accessorised with a little purse and a bucket by Prada.
‘Water baby in @saskicollection swim,’ she wrote in the caption of her Instagram post, teasing her swimwear line.
A touch of luxury: The blonde bombshell teamed her look with a matching wrap around her hips and accessorised with a little purse and a bucket by Prada
Tammy’s upcoming swimwear range comes after she revealed that her label, Saski Collection, hasn’t been affected during the pandemic.
In August, the mother-of-two said on her Hanging with the Hembrows podcast that her activewear business was ‘thriving’ despite the coronavirus recession.
Her clothing company managed to buck the trend of retailers shutting down across the country in response to the economic downturn.
‘I’m lucky my businesses are going well’: Tammy recently declared that her activewear label, Saski Collection, was ‘thriving’ despite the coronavirus recession
She said on the episode that her life was ‘non-stop work’.
‘I’ve been working heaps… Yeah, it’s crazy,’ she told her sisters Amy and Emilee. ‘I’m lucky my businesses are going well and I have lots of things happening.’
Tammy launched Saski Collection in 2017, and her designs are now sold in more than 190 countries.
Activewear queen: Tammy launched Saski Collection in 2017, and her designs are now sold in more than 190 countries